Useful Links

  • Cyber Coach Smart - Supporting teachers to incorporate physical activity into the daily routine of their pupils.
  • Allkids - Parenting Tips, advice, problems and Information Pages Index.
  • And Me - Families who have child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy who wish to share knowledge and experiences.
  • Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings - film screenings in cinemas tailored for the sensory needs of people with autism.
  • The Autism Show - the national event for autism, dedicated to the two million people in the UK who live and work with autism on a daily basis.
  • Autism West Midlands - A local organisation providing information on autism and Asperger Syndrome and details of information and family services.
  • Birmingham Grid for Learning - Useful areas for parents and carers on here and information about SENAS (the Special Needs Advisory Service) who oversee all of the statements of special needs in Birmingham. There are also contact details for schools and activities for children.
  • Crickweb - Learning activities for pre-school and infant children.
  • Directgov - Gives information concerning benefits and other public services.
  • Do2Learn - Educational resources for special needs. Picture communication cards, songs, games and learning activities for autism, Aspergers, fetal alcohol syndrome and disabilities.
  • Education City - Lots of lovely activities (with good pictures and sound) in English, Maths, Science and French. The children really enjoy using this in school! We subscribe to this site as a school and can provide parents with vouchers to subscribe.
  • Family Fund - Gives information concerning grants for disabled children.
  • Family Learning - Information and links to useful resources/games/activities to explain the school curriculum and help your child to learn.
  • Good To Know - This site has a section on 'living life to the full with your autistic child'. Areas covered include: How do I know if my child has autism?; What support is there for autistic children?; Treatment programmes for autistic children?; How can I help my autistic child?; etc.
  • Home Start - Support and friendship for families, homestart helps parents build better lives for their children with practical support.
  • Makaton - Lots of useful areas to access on this website, including training, resources, family advice and research.
  • Mencap - Mencap offer a variety of support for people with a disability and their families. This includes Saturday and holiday play schemes as well as support with housing and benefits.
  • Oxford Owl - A useful tool for parents who wish to help children with their learning at home.
  • The National Autistic Society - Providing information on autism and Asperger syndrome, and information about support and services, volunteering, campaigning, lobbying and fundraising activities in England.
  • Practical Parent - Lots of practical, printable parenting tips.
  • Priory Woods School, Middlesborough - We use this site in school for lots of different activities. Priory Woods is an all-age special school and they have lots of great activities on here, educational and fun!
  • Resources for Autism - RFA are an organisation that provide practical autism-specific resources to children and adults with ASC and their families; including holiday and youth clubs.
  • Speech Teach UK - Information that could be useful for parents who have a child with speech difficulties.
  • Supernanny - Behaviour and Discipline issues for children with Autism are addressed within the advice section of this website.
  • What's the Difference? - A website with lots of information about parenting of children with special needs – ranging from areas of need to advice for a variety of issues.
  • Widgit Software - Based on the use of symbols to support the written word, this website provides information on resources, support and symbols.
  • Zac Browser - The first internet browser developed especially for children with autism and other special needs.

DfE Website

For further information on our school results see the Department for Education's website (external link).